When Facebook made the change from FBML to iFrames, it was a little intimidating. This video is a demonstration using Hubze’s software and you need to have a couple of items set up prior to using the software. First you need a Facebook created page. The page you are about to create using this software are called landing tabs or landing pages because that is the first page that your clients, followers, fans, etc. land on when they visit your page or site. Although, visitors to your page will land on your wall unless you select which tab is the default landing tab in the ‘Edit Page’ section.
1)Go to Facebook, type in pages in the search field. Facebook pages will appear in the drop down menu. Click the FB icon and a tab will come in that reads “Create A Page.” At this point, at least place it in a category, and name it. You basically have a skeleton page ready to accept a landing page.
2)I prefer creating a folder and placing everything I need in the folder for my landing page. For example, prepared copy in a document file for my headline, and text, images, video html, offer images etc. If you are a pro and can easily navigate to the sites you need to get to, that is fine too. For example, your images may be stored in photobucket, and your opt-in form code is located in your autoresponder site or form creator site. It saves time to have everything in one folder. You need to know what your page is going to look like so you know what elements you will need to get. You also need to know what incentives or offers will be on your page.
3)Keep in mind who is your target audience. Who is your niche and what is it they NEED? Always provide value to your visitors.
4) You are ready to build your fan page in less than 10 minutes. I hope you find this helpful. Once you complete one, it is a snap! If you like this video, you can visit Hubze’s site via my page, http://hubze.com/?aff=raenalynn or http://facebook.com/RaenaLynnsFanPage